An incredibly inspiring interview.
A traditional Greek cake.
A Greek Cypriot delicacy.
Scent is intrinsically linked to memory and emotion. Certain smells can immediately transport us back to a time, place or even forgotten memory. Smell is such a powerful and evocative sense.
My brother and his fiancée have recently had a beautiful bouncing baby boy Zachary, and we've been excitingly chatting about his first holiday next year.
There's nothing I love more than looking at old photos from my childhood (bar the 10 year old school pictures that is- my eyebrows aka Carpet World samples were let's say, ahead of their time when it came to brow trends, and most of those scary shots have found their way into the bin-eek!
I want to start by writing how incredibly grateful I am that this blog means wonderful travel opportunities for my family and I which allows us to see and experience parts of the world we've not visited before, both near and far.
Having just returned from a recent trip to Marbella, I've been well and truly bitten by the holiday bug! I've only been back in the UK for less than 2 weeks but I'm already pining for the beach which I'll luckily be hitting again in May.
Here is the recipe for Auntie Loulla's gorgeous Greek semolina cake!
I've been extremely lucky that I've been able to see so much of the world and from a young age too.